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Closure of four pedestrian and cyclist rail crossings on Seaford line

When: From Wednesday 3 April 2019 to Monday 6 May 2019

Closure and upgrade of pedestrian and cyclist crossings at Hove, Warradale and Oaklands Park

As part of the Oaklands Crossing Grade Separation project, three pedestrian and cyclist rail crossings will be closed for upgrading and one will be permanently closed.

  • Warradale Railway Station crossing (PDF 457KB),east of the station, will be closed for upgrading from Thursday 4 April
  • Hove Railway Station crossing (PDF 689KB),east of the station, will be closed for upgrading from Thursday 4 April
  • Seventh Avenue crossing (PDF 538KB) west of Warradale Railway Station will be closed for upgrading from Saturday 13 April
  • Carlton Street/Johnstone Road crossing (PDF 579KB), will be permanently closed from Monday 8 April.

Warradale, Hove and Seventh Avenue crossings will reopen as upgraded activated crossings on Monday 6 May to coincide with the opening of the new Oaklands Railway Station.

The Carlton Street/Johnstone Road crossing has been replaced by the new pedestrian and cyclist bridge (east of the new Oaklands Railway Station) which was opened in December 2018.

During the upgrade works, the following crossings will remain open:

  • Warradale Railway Station subway 
  • western side of Hove Railway Station (Brighton Road).

Traffic controllers will be at the crossings during work hours to assist pedestrians and cyclists. 

The State Government's Railway Crossing Safety Improvement Program has identified a number of pedestrian and cyclist rail crossings for review, upgrade or closure, based on factors including safety risk profiles, pedestrian and cyclist counts, crossing history and technical data.

The Seaford rail line will also be closed between Adelaide and Brighton stations from first service Saturday 13 April and reopening from first service Monday 6 May 2019. 

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For more information on the Oaklands Crossing Grade Separation project visit: www.ptpa.com.au/oaklands

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